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The Constitutional History of England

By: F.W. Maitland

Economic Theory Literature

Preface: I have written a course of lectures in six months on Constitutional History. Do I publish it? No. The lectures written in six months, which Professor Maitland told the Cambridge Law Club would not be published, were delivered during the Michaelmas term of 1887 and the Lent term of 1888, and were specially designed for the needs of undergraduates of the University of Cambridge reading for the Law Tripos. The last word of the last lecture was written on April 7, 1...

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Pediatrics and Orthopedic Surgery

By: Isaac A Abt, John Ridlon
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The Constitutional History of England

By: William Stubbs

Economic Theory Literature

Excerpt: THE History of Institutions cannot be mastered,-can scarcely be approached,-without an effort. It affords little of the romantic incident or of the picturesque grouping which constitute the charm of History in general, and holds out all temptation to the mind that requires to be tempted to study of Truth. But it has a deep value and an abiding interest to those who have courage to work upon it. It presents, in every branch, a regularly developed series of causes...

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Introduction to the Study of the Laws of the Constitution

By: V. Dicey

Economic Theory Literature

Introduction: AIM OF INTRODUCTION. THE Law of the Constitution was first published in 1885. book was based on lectures delivered by me as Vinerian Professor of English Law. The lectures were given and the book written with the sole object of explaining and illustrating three leading characteristics in the existing constitution of England; they are now generally designated as the Sovereignty of Parliament, the Rule of Law, and the Conventions of the Constitution.

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Classical Electrodynamics for Undergraduates

By: Professor John W. Norbury

Physics Literature

Excerpt: Chapter 1 - Matrices: 1.1 Einstein Summation Convention; Even though we shall not study vectors until chapter 2, we will introduce simple vectors now so that we can more easily understand the Einstein summation convention. We are often used to writing vectors in terms of unit basis vectors as ...

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Ghost Story : Chapter 1

By: Mark Twain

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Destiny's Shield

By: Eric Flint and David Drake

Excerpt: Cosmic irony Belisarius sensed a new presence and immediately understood its meaning. He saw a point of light in the void. A point, nothing more, which seemed infinitely distant. But he knew, even in the seeing, that the distance was one of time not space.

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Program Title: Cognitive Neuroscience

Excerpt: Synopsis of Program: The Cognitive Neuroscience emphasis seeks highly innovative and interdisciplinary proposals aimed at advancing a rigorous understanding of how the human brain supports thought, perception, affect, action, social processes, and other aspects of cognition and behavior, including how such processes develop and change in the brain and through evolutionary time.

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Encyklopedja Powszechna

By: Samuel Orgelbrand
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A Courageous Battle

By: Susan Bracken

Lacey Wilson overcomes neglect in childhood and abuse in her first marriage to achieve fame and riches as a popular author, and finds true love and happiness with wealthy entrepreneur, Jake Edmonds. Then cancer strikes. Lacey is afraid of the pain and indignity she thinks is coming and wants to die. Her beloved daughter, Jana, will help her. But her doctor does not approve. To complicate matters, Jana and the doctor are in love. Will Lacey get her wish?

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What Is Man and Other Essays of Mark Twain

By: Mark Twain

Excerpt: What Is Man and Other Essays by Mark Twain (Samuel L. Clemens).

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Notes by the Way in a Sailor's Life

By: Arthur E. Knights

Introduction: In 1898 I was in Hongkong on a business affair which gave me much leisure, when Murray Bain, editor of the China Mail, whom I had long known, asked why I did not send him a letter occasionally. This led to my venturing to give him ?Some Notes by the Way in A Sailor?s Life.? These Notes, I considered, could only be of interest locally. But some of my friends have urged me to overcome my diffidence and put them in pamphlet form, which I now do for distributio...

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Three Hundred Tang Poems, Volume 1 : Chapter 30 : Chang'An Yu Feng...

By: Wei Yingwu

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Mandarin

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American Methods in Foreign Trade : A Guide to Export Selling Policy

By: Vedder, George Charles
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A Treatise on Electricity and Magnetism

By: James Clerk Maxwell
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Growth and Institutions : A Review of the Evidence

By: Janine Aron

Economics

Unfortunately, interpreting the evidence on growth using institutional measures is not a straightforward matter. First, the process of integrating institutions and institutional change into economic theory is of comparatively recent vintage. The growth literature does not subscribe to one overarching definition of economic, political, and social institutions, their processes of change, and their likely channels of influence on economic outcomes. Yet, as North (1990: vii)...

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Setting Priorities for Government Involvement with Antiretroviral

By: Nicholas Prescott

Economics

Introduction: This paper examines four questions posed by economic analysis to help set priorities for government involvement with antiretroviral therapy for people living with HIV/AIDS. The main focus is on making decisions about policy relating to ARVs in developing countries where the needs are greatest and resource constraints are most binding. While the answers may vary considerably depending on individual country circumstances, the analytical foundations for settin...

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International Program for Development Evaluation Training (Ipdet)

By: Linda Morra Imas

Economics

Introduction: After you determine your evaluation questions, you will then choose evaluation design features or approaches that are most appropriate given each question and situation. This module presents some guidelines, along with the strengths and weaknesses of various approaches, but it is important to keep in mind that every situation is unique. There is no ?one and only? way to meet every evaluation situation. How Do Evaluation Designs Connect to the Questions and ...

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Surgical Diseases of Children : A Modern Treatise on Pediatric Surgery

By: Samuel Walter Kelley
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Committee on Organ Procurement and Transplantation Policy

By: General Accounting Office

Government Accountability Integrity Reliability Office Collection

Excerpt: Edward D. Penhoet (Chair), Dean, School Of Public Health, University -- Of California Berkeley -- Naihua Duan, Statistics Group, Rand Corporation, Santa Monica (Until -- May 6, 1999) -- Nancy Neveloff Dubler, Director, Division Of Bioethics, Montefiore -- Medical Center, Professor Of Bioethics, Albert Einstein College Of Medicine, -- New York -- Charles K. Francis, President, Charles R. Drew University Of Medicine -- And Science, Los Angeles -- Robert D. Gibbons...

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